A4S works to inspire action by finance leaders to drive a fundamental shift towards resilient business models and a sustainable economy. We produce guides for finance teams, by finance teams on topics ranging from Finance Culture to Strategic Planning, Budgeting and Forecasting; share knowledge and best practice to inspire and transform finance and accounting; provide guidance and convene senior financial leadership to achieve net zero carbon emissions; and more. This video is one such example of the engagement we do to drive essential change.
The A4S project scored highly on their Mission and 'Planet' sections of this year's Escape 100. Not unsurprising for an organisation whose stated vision is a future where sustainable business is business as usual. They work with financial leaders and CFOs from leading organisations to try and embed sustainability and drive change within those organisations to achieve a sustainable economy. Naturally, their team laud the "important mission" that they're on and the gratification of the work that they do.
Published case studies and podcasts in 2021
Graduates from the A4S Academy 2020-21 cohort
Accounting Bodies Network members committed to net zero
Live broadcasts from Glasgow at COP26
We'll contribute towards books, training courses and conferences that help you learn and grow in your role here.
We are registered under the Cycle-to-Work scheme, so you can buy a bike and accessories tax-free.
Pensions, with a 7.5% employer contribution.
Well-paid maternity, paternity and adoption leave, which you're eligible for if you join more than 13 weeks before your expected date of childbirth or adoption.
Annual team retreats. A time to get to know each other away from the office.
Private health insurance, and paid sick leave (for both your physical and mental health).
25 days’ holiday a year (inc UK public holidays), and we encourage you to use them all up! Extra 1 day per year of service.
In line with a salary framework, to ensure equal pay for equal work and that we recognise and reward when your responsibilities increase.
Whether your child's ill, you're waiting for a package, or you have some deep-focussed work to do, we all work from home (or café) from time to time. We encourage everyone to work from home when you need to.
If you want to take more time off than your holiday we're happy to accommodate that.